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Down South will be playing a live performance at 88.1 KDHX and will arrive at the station around 10am on the 18th to set up for a live show with Patrick Wolfe the DJ for Interstate that airs from 10 to noon. Wish us luck and make sure you tune in.....
18 + must sign up for DD program and be accompanied by 3 people 21+. There is a breathalyzer on the wall and minors caught drinking will get a DD to Jail. Lets end 2012 with a party to talk about for years. Down South will be playing there new Debut album Broken Bottles & Empty Hearts along with some new tunes that will be on albums to come. Also don't miss the opening acts Tin Can Stilts and Shoal Creek who have some amazing talent to offer you as well. Show starts at 9 see you there.
Halloween Party Doors open at 6pm Down South hits the stage around 9:00 Halloween Costume Contest around 9:45.
This is a Jam Packed event with activities running all day. Please use the Ticket link to find out more about this event.
Sounds Like: Lucero, Drive-By Truckers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nickelback, Uncle Tupelo
Bio: As the old saying goes “If you love what you do, you never work a day in your life”. The local Alt/Country/Rock band Down South may disagree with the old saying. Comprised with two Hillsboro natives Chuck McKnew and Erick Taylor as well as Chris Hubbart from Witt and three members from Pocahontas...See Full Bio
“Hi fellas. My name is Pat Wolfe, and I do a weekly radio show on KDHX, 88.1FM in St. Louis called "Interstate". It airs every Friday from 10am to 12 noon. Anyway, I found a copy of Broken Bottles & Empty Hearts in my mailbox at the station today and I just finished listening to it here at work, and it is EXCELLENT!!! I can't wait to start playing cuts from it on my show in the coming weeks. The show I do features Americana, Alt-country, southern rock, bluegrass, and even a blues tune now and then. Website is www.kdhx.org if you are curious. Just really wanted to say thank you for the great music and if you all can ever co-ordinate your work schedules, I would love to have you guys do a live performance on the show. Have a great weekend!”